mxLisp, MX, was originally David Betz's 2002 XLISP-3 implementation of
the Scheme programming language. MX uses Common Lisp, CL, like bindings
in functions "defun", "defmacro", and Scheme bindings in "lambda"
definitions. MX uses the same namespace between variables and functions,
but uses "modules" like CL to effectively have multiple namespaces.
"Lisp is the DNA for computer programming."